I tweaked the ginger milk teaÂ recipe from Food.com to suit my taste and convenience. Tastes as good as the last ginger milk tea I had.
- 3 1/2 cups hot water
- 3 1/2Â tablespoons fresh ginger paste
- 3 black teaÂ bags
- 1/2 cupÂ half and half
- 1/2 cup granulated sugar
- Bring the water and ginger to a boil in a small pot. Once it is boiling, turn off the heat.
- Place theÂ tea bags in and cover. Let stand 3 to 5 minutes.
- Stir in half and halfÂ and sugar
- Pour the mixture through a sieve into a large (6-cup) blender, discarding theÂ ginger paste remnants
- Blend the mixture until foamy (use caution when blending hot liquids), then pour into mugs. Serve immediately.
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DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed;d=company.com; [email protected]; q=dns/txt; s=dkim1;t=2270733901; x= 2170733901;h=from:to:subject:date:message-id:mime-version;bh=AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABJQAAAQEAp79w1a7WMO8NLDM98YteMpkvZprTo1KOPqpImkuVvJhoSvOuywzCFzJsE8+OUHHyBykAqQv60K/pGs/Mjd55jxJFMLYGzZtcNwXubIb7zIqJvGoVi0757WCPbOkvZefdr0lLEOuLHjguRKgPZEibc3eutDuhOQw3jag92uVgsFqUx9k+IsFPpp3rNwAWpvJI53pump5Q6/1JNKPbTpocuSGhiAVERorjaPnXKgEFK5RbVcIae6v+RE8Gy4JtMN/c1vcLIEokBKh+T7+N72P3MsL5boo5jvNsmDE+NguNNzKV6ahrcFbZPRRw7Mva+139DEIhWTAfWNnmrrJrNGEAuQ==;
The contents of the ‘d=’ and ‘s=’ parts of the DKIM-Signature header provide the domain and the selector used to generate the signature. To look up the key used to generate the signature, look up the TXT record for the following host name:
[selector] is the ‘s=’ value
[domain] is the ‘d=’ value